October 24, 1998
Chicken gives Cow the silent treatment; Flem and Earl reminisce about their lives while stuck in the middle of the ocean; Weasel attends I.R.'s wedding.
September 12, 1998
Cow befriends an invisible dog; Chicken breaks Cow's dream catcher and suffers the consequences; Weasel and I.R. become stranded on a confectionery island.
August 29, 1998
Cow befriends a fly; Cow gets lost in the woods and must figure out how to survive; and Weasel is serving a 99-year sentence and becomes concerned about the conditions of the facility.
March 17, 1998
Cow and Chicken get on "Canada's Funniest Home Vidiots," and Super Cow fights with the host; the Red Guy is called in to make Cow and Chicken afraid of the dark.
December 16, 1997
Mom and Dad take Cow and Chicken on a vacation to Oregon to see some real headhunters.
December 2, 1997
A game of "Capture the Boys" in the playground leads to unexpected romance for Chicken, ultimately resulting in marriage.
September 16, 1997
On a school field trip to the local penitentiary, Chicken accidentally switches places with a hardened criminal named Red, and leads a riot.
September 2, 1997
Dad is pulled over by a cop who discovers that Cow and Chicken have crooked teeth, so of course he slaps braces on them right then and there.
August 19, 1997
Supercow saves the day again when Chicken builds a submarine out of odd pieces of wood and launches his craft over Monster Falls.
Cow's beloved Piles the Beaver doll is accidentally catapulted onto a carnival ride and Cow rushes blindly to the doll's rescue.
July 29, 1997
Cow gets an after-school job at a chicken farm - which turns out to be a supplier for a fast food chain.
July 22, 1997
Mom and Dad send Cow and Chicken to military school to learn some discipline, but are appalled when they return as iron-minded machines.
Red Guy tries to discover the identity of Supercow.
Dad takes Chicken, Flem and Earl camping in the woods, where they're having fun freaking each other out by telling scary stories around the campfire.
Cow discovers her herding instinct, and goes looking for things to herd.
A two-part musical extravaganza.
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